This stunning reef is on the eastern point of Tutuba island located at the entrance to the Segond canal.
Varying from 5 - 25m depth and having anywhere from 20 to 40 meter visibility it is a world class reef. Magnificent plate coral fields and a seemingly endless variety of soft and hard corals lead into swim throughs, gloomy trenches and caves in which if you are lucky you can spot lobsters guarding their homes.
Above and off into the blue you can see schools of tropical fish and barracudas cruising around going about their business. Occasionally you see eagle rays and reef sharks. This dive is a brilliant opportunity to see some of the untouched reefs that surround the island of Santo.